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Hi guys,

I'm a vegan recipe blogger and I'm also keen on supporting other vegan/vego bloggers so that we can get amazing cruelty free food out there to everyone and support each other's efforts to promote veganism/vegoism.

So I thought we could share blogs with each other in this thread and support each other by "following" or "liking" or linking our blogs to each other.

My blog is:
http://gormandizewithus.blogspot.com

I hope some of you will check it out and tell your friends about it too.

I can't wait to find some new blogs to follow and get great ideas from!
 

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Hi I just visited your blog, the cabbage rolls look very delicious, I personally made it two times, wasn't so successful, maybe I will learn your way some day, guess it must taste good
By the way, I also have a veg blog, welcome to visit it, and we can do link exchange as well I guess... Most of the recipes in my blog are simple and easy to make... And I have followed your blog already...

pm me for the site address
 

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@Qitian, yeah I was even wondering about your nickname here, looks like a Chinese one, hehe... I actually don't know what is 红烧芋艿, since my hometown is in northern China, this one looks like something in south, but I will check it out and if I find anything, will write it in my blog... By the way thanks for the appreciation
 

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MOD POST - A friendly reminder: new members are not allowed to post links to their own sites or blogs until they have been with us for at least 30 days and have posted in a variety of threads. They are also not allowed to have links in their signatures. If we have too many newbies violating these rules, we'll have to close this thread down, although that would be a shame as it seems to be a great resource. So - if you're new, don't post links until you've contributed to VB in other ways - we don't want to think you're here just to send traffic to your own site!
 

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@Qitian, I just added the 红烧芋艿 recipe for you, you can visit my blog to check it out, I'm not sure if it meets your taste, since people of different regions of China have different taste, different concept and different ways of cooking, but it would approximately same I guess... And wish you a good meal in advance
 

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Yeah the pic looks like what I used to eat - I'll have to give it a go and see if it reminds me of home in Hangzhou. I've never heard the word dasheen before though! We translate it as 'Braised Taro in Brown Sauce'.
 

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Well is taro more common than dasheen? Actually I haven't heard any of them, just checked dictionary and selected word dasheen to use, hehe... Brown sauce? Hmm actually in Chinese it's red sauce, but brown sounds more close to the real color of the dish, hehe... Thank you for the information, maybe I will edit my blog for the better and commoner, hehe
 

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Haha, I know that it translates as Red Sauce from the Chinese - but on all the menu's in China the English underneath always said Brown Sauce and I never knew why
I looked up dasheen and I think it is another word for taro. However, I think that more people would have heard of taro than dasheen - so you may want to include both in your recipe.
 

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Thank you for the information, yeah I have switched to taro, maybe it's more understandable, hehe... And if you are interested in some other Chinese dish, you can also mention them here, I will write them, for your information, and also for other readers
 
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